HR Support Services

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Cartmells HR Support Services is a fixed fee package provided by Cartmell Shepherd for employers that want access to both HR and employment law advice. This package allows businesses to have telephone access to experts without the fear of running up unplanned bills.

We understand that every business has different ways of doing things but all businesses want to know that they are getting specialist HR advice without it breaking the bank.

That is why our HR Support Services are designed to:

  • Offer different levels of service depending on the needs of your business
  • Ensure that you always have access to a specialist solicitor who is experienced in HR advice and employment law
  • Be affordable and add value to you and your business

Fixed fee based on number of employees starting at just £750 + VAT for 12 months’ HR Support*.

For more information about our HR Support Services contact Carly Davies, Joanne Stronach or Mark Aspin on 01228 516666 or email

*Subject to Terms and Conditions.

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